Schedules 1-5 Of Controlled Drugs

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a general description of the 5 classes of prescription drugs


 
  
Created Nov 10, 2009
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lilian0216

 

 
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Schedule 1
 
highly abusive, no medicinal use in the US ex: heroin, hallucinogenic subsaces, marijuana,...
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Schedule 2
 
high abuse potention, accepted medical uses, not refillable, refills require a new original...
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Paratial Filling for Schedule 2 Drugs
 
Record units dispensed, dispense the remainder within 72 hrs., tellthe physician if the remainder...
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Emergency situations for dispensing schedule 2 drugs (prescriptions called in by phone)
 
only if: immediate administration is required there are not alternatives available the physician...
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Theft of Schedule 2 drugs
 
must notify the DEA and State Board of Pharmacy
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Schedule 3 drugs
 
less potential for abuse, prescription can be refilled 5 times within 6 months Ex: tylenol...
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Examples of Schedule 2 drugs
 
cocaine, morphine, oxycodone, amphetamine salts, Demerol (Meperidine), Methylphenidate (Ritalin),...
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Partial Filling of Schedule 3 Drugs
 
Pharmacist must record quantities dispensed and remainng, and initial/sign must be within...
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Schedule 4 drugs
 
less potential for abuse, same dispensing rules as schedule 3 ex: Benzodiazepines, Meprobamate,...
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Schedule 5 drugs
 
low potential for abuse, can be sold OTC to 21 yrs and older, only sold by pharmacist no more...
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Examples of Schedule 5 drugs
 
Parapectolin (for diarrhea), pomethazine with codeine, guaifenesin with codeine (for cough)
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Storage of Schedule 2 Drugs
 
physical inventory done yearly within 4 days of anniversary distribution records for in-patient...
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Ordering Schedule 2 Drugs
 
must use DEA form 222 only pharmcist can sign the form from the wholesaler tranportation...


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